No change in radiation levels: IAEA

Kyiv, March 4 : The Intearntional Atomic Energy Agency on Friday confirmed that there was no change in the radiation levels at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant . “Ukraine’s nuclear regulator told the Intearntional Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) there is “no change reported in radiation levels at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant site,” the IAEA tweeted. The Ukrainian State Emergency Service also confirmed that the fir condition is normal. “As of 02:26 in the city of Energodar at the Zaporozhye NPP, the third power t was disconnected from the fied energy system (only t 4 is operating). Of the six power ts, one is currently operating. “Radiation and fire safety conditions at nuclear power plants are within normal limits. “Fire condition at the NPP is normal”, the agency’s Telegram account read. As per Spokesperson for the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant Andrey Tuz, shelling has stopped for the time being, but the situation is extremely uncertain. “They bombed everything they could, including blocks and everything else. Now the information is being clarified, it’s hard to say everything. [To the station] a white car, representatives of the Russian military, has left. It’s flashing with its headlights. Now it’s being determined whether they will be approached for negotiations, or how to proceed further”, he told BBC. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy as the White House continues to monitor the reported fire at the Zaporizhzia nuclear power plant, a White House official confirmed to NBC News. A fire had broken out at the nuclear plant in the wee hours of Friday as Russian forces attacked “from all sides,” with firefighters unable to reach the site. JNA

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